John's Turkish/Türkçe Grammar Generator

A javascript program to generate Turkish grammar using the very mathematical rules that the Turkish language incorporates...

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Turkish Flag
Turkish Vowels: Old Turkish Vowels:            Foreign words only:
Turkish Consonants:
Front Vowels: Back Vowels: Voiced Consonants:
Flat Vowels: Round Vowels: Voiceless Consonants:
Turkish/Türkçe




English/İngilizce






Dictionary: 
Nouns/isimler
Pronouns/zamirler
Adjectives/sıfatlar
Conjunctions
Verbs/fiiller
Other/diğer

** <—Turkish Word + Rule
Part Of Speech

Turkish Grammar Rules: 
Prefix
Suffix
 
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If you notice any mistakes, please let me know: Email John


**Remember - English Conjugations are often irregular - Use with caution**


Adj/Noun Conjugations:









Verb Conjugations/fiil çekimleri:














All Turkish letters have a single sound, no multiples as in English
All vowels are named exactly as they sound, ex. a-"ah", e-"eh", o-"oh"
All consonants are named as the letter followed by "eh", ex. b-"beh", d-"deh", f-"feh"

Pronunciations from the Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary: m-w.com
Turkish Vowel Pronunciation
(in American English)
Vowel Diphthongs American
(not in Turkish)
a - bot, bah ay - bite, byte  
e - bet ey - bait, bate  
ı - bottle, butter ıy - ?
i - between i/ee in bit/beet iy - beet, beat  
o - boat, beau oy - boy, Boyd  
ö - Burt, better, bird, burn öy - ?  
u - boot, boo uy - buoy  
ü - Ger. über, Fr. tü üy - ? ă - bat
â - ya - slight y sound after g/k/l   ŭ - but
î - yı - ""   ou - bout
û - yu - "" beaut, butte   ô - bought
 
Turkish Vowels:

Back:

ı - - - - - - u
/ | / | High: Front: Front/middle of tongue raised

Front:

i - - - - - - ü | Back: Back of tongue raised

| | | | Round: Lips rounded & protruded
| a - - - - | - o Flat: Lips spread & against teeth
| / | / Low: High: Tongue position high

e - - - - - - ö Low: Tongue position low

Flat:

Round:

pretend that e=ä for symmetry

Pronunciations from the Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary: m-w.com
Turkish Consonant Pronunciation
(in American English)
Normal English/Turkish Turkish Specific Foreign Words
b - boo c - as "j" in Jew q - queue
d - do, due, dew ç- as "ch" in chew, choo-choo w - woo, whew
f - few, phoo g - as hard "g" in goo x - x
h - who, hue, hew, Hugh ğ - very soft, quiet, thick g/y - lengthens preceding vowel  
k - coo, coup, cue j - as "s" in casual  
l - lieu, loo, Lou ş - as "sh" in shoe, shoo  
m - moo, mew v - between v/w in view/woo  
n - new, knew, gnu, nu    
p - Pooh, pew, phew, Pugh    
r - rue, roo, Roo    
s - sue, Sioux, Sue    
t - two, too, to    
y - you, yew    
z - zoo    
Turkish Consonants: (Voiced-Unvoiced) Partners
(from front to back of mouth)
Voiced: Vocal cords together, vibrating
Unvoiced: Vocal cords apart, not vibrating
Oral:  (b-p),(v-f),(d-t),(z-s),(c-ç),(j-ş),(g-k) Oral: Constricted airsteam passes through mouth only
Nasal: (m,n-?) Nasal: Constricted airstream passes through nose
Liquid: (l,r-?) Liquid: Very little constriction of airstream
Glide: (ğ,y-h) Glide: Semivowel produced with gliding tongue motion


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